On July 13, 1982, the first All-Star Game outside of the United States is held at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium. In the first All-Star game played outside the United States, the National League cruises to its 11th straight win, beating the American League at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium, 4 – 1. Dave Concepcion’s 2nd-inning two-run homer off Red Sox starter Dennis Eckersley is the turning point of the game. Montreal Expos right-hander Steve Rogers earns the victory. The NL has now won 19 of the last 20 contests.